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Inside a packed Diego Rivera Theatre on the CCSF Ocean Campus, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders praised The City for making community college tuition free.
San Francisco will help to pay the $495 renewal cost for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients.
San Francisco merchants affected by long-term or delayed construction projects may see some economic relief from The City.
All 11 San Francisco supervisors approved a resolution to urge the removal Justin Herman’s name from the plaza at the intersection of the Embarcadero and Market Street.
Two pieces of legislation to tackle rental car break-ins were approved on Tuesday by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
A plan to fine Dolores Park litters has morphed into a ban on glass beverage containers at all San Francisco public parks.
A resolution urging the removal of Justin Herman's name from the plaza at intersection of Market Street and The Embarcadero is moving forward.
Officials broke ground on new affordable housing that will include a 113-unit, mixed-use building in the Tenderloin
Dennis Herrera said the lawsuit against U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions seeks a court order to declare the new restrictions as unconstitutional.
San Francisco residents still have time to enroll at City College of San Francisco for the fall 2017 semester.
The responsibility of taking care of San Francisco’s thousands of street trees is now heading back to The City.
The discussion to increase the fine for those who trash Dolores Park will continue until after the San Francisco Board Supervisors’ summer break.
The San Francisco Superior Court announced Monday that it will furlough staff and cut office hours for clerk offices.
Construction on the eastbound 13th Street bikeway is expected to start this summer.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is making sure employers in The City are providing a clean, private and safe space for breastfeeding mothers.
Supervisors said they received little information from PG&E about the power outage to share with concerned constituents.
San Francisco supervisors are calling for a hearing over the response from PG&E during last Friday’s citywide power outage.
Proponents of two propositions on the Nov. 8 ballot kicked off their campaign on Wednesday at San Francisco City Hall.
Members of the Oakland City Council are asking voters to approve a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages, saying it will improve citizens' health and bring in new revenue.
Prosecutors urged a federal judge in San Francisco to send former state Sen. Leland Yee to prison for eight years for his political corruption conviction.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf announced Thursday an ambitious effort to triple the number of low-income college graduates coming out of the city’s public schools.
Speaking at a ceremony at Oakland High School attended by several hundred students and community members…
An Oakland firefighter remains in critical condition after a training exercise goes awry.
Repeat graffiti offenders in San Francisco could soon be slapped with civil suits.
SEIU Local 1021's minimum wage plan looks headed for a ballot clash with one from Mayor Lee.
Public housing occupants complained about issues from leaky roofs to pest infestations.
San Francisco's ongoing war against plastic cleared a key hurdle Monday.
The state Department of Toxic Substances Control has come under heavy fire this winter.
Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo is free on bail after allegedly attempting to break into a neighbor's home Saturday.
Tens of thousands of workers will be getting raises after the state reached a tentative deal with its largest employee union.
Millions in tolls thought owed by government agencies turned out to be figments of a flawed system.
Mayor Ed Lee is urging local companies and The City to create at least 6,000 summer jobs for San Francisco youth.
A new bill would allow the homeless to legally sit, sleep and solicit donations without being cited.
NASA is forking over $200 million to create a satellite that will determine how Earth's weather affects weather in space.
After years of expensive commutes, SFO employees may finally be left with a little extra change in their pockets.
You can blame the newest round of federal cutbacks for dirty national park bathrooms and closed visitor centers.
Following numerous complaints from residents, legislation has been introduced to ban any new bars on Polk Street.